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[Costco] FREE 15 dozens egg on online order $250 & up (on first order)

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It's supposed to be for business, so if you sell eggs then it is a good deal. :)

otherwise you can consume one per day for half year, or for about 1.5 months for a family of four
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JFRACINE wrote:
Nov 5th, 2017 9:34 am
Its a very weird promo.
Indeed it is.
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lol I read it as 15 eggs, how to eat 15 dozen before they go bad??
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chinesedevil wrote:
Nov 5th, 2017 10:52 am
lol I read it as 15 eggs, how to eat 15 dozen before they go bad??
Incorporate eggs into every meal, eggs for breakfast, egg salad sandwiches for lunch and various egg containing recipes for dinner.

Add in a "healthy" dose of hard boiled eggs and perhaps learn how to make home made mayonnaise.

The larger your family the faster you will finish your free eggs.

Some eggstra ideas:
http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/arti ... -egg-ideas
http://www.simplyrecipes.com/recipes/ingredient/egg/
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chinesedevil wrote:
Nov 5th, 2017 10:52 am
lol I read it as 15 eggs, how to eat 15 dozen before they go bad??
Eggs actually have a very long shelf life, as long as refrigerated. Though expiry dates tell you otherwise, they will actually last a very long time without becoming outright rotten. Perhaps they're not totally fresh after several months but they're still perfectly edible and don't smell or taste bad to me, even 6-8 months after "expiry".

That said this is a crap ton of eggs. Unless you eat 6+ eggs per week, they will probably start to go bad before you finish them; for a family it may well work out though. However what about the other problem? You'll probably need an entire fridge to keep them in, while you have them :lol: The cost of storing the eggs far outweighs the savings you get against just buying cartons as you need them (plus you get fresher eggs that way).

Clearly, intended for businesses.
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We buy 24 eggs every time we go to Costco. Eggs are a staple in our diet. 15 dozen seems excessive but I'm sure we could've used them up with Xmas approaching!!
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chinesedevil wrote:
Nov 5th, 2017 10:52 am
lol I read it as 15 eggs, how to eat 15 dozen before they go bad??
Pickled eggs!
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The promo is meant for people who has a business. It is not a lot of eggs if you own a restaurant or a store.
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Only a good deal if you were originally planning to order online. Costco Business Center charges more online than they do in the store to provide the delivery service. Just a FYI...
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anotherbargainhunter wrote:
Nov 5th, 2017 1:28 pm
The promo is meant for people who has a business. It is not a lot of eggs if you own a restaurant or a store.
You should update the thread title with this information
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rosenberg100 wrote:
Nov 5th, 2017 10:04 am
15 dozen lol that seems, excessive lol
You might even say that it's...eggcessive.
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tk1000 wrote:
Nov 5th, 2017 6:31 pm
You should update the thread title with this information
No need as it will be too long as a title, and on the first thread you can see "business centre" everywhere including on the link from Costco.

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